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with us. doug, i can't to start with you first because i thought your notes were flat-out interesting. you say the fed is flat-out interfering with the markets. how so? >> i think they are. the law of unintended consequences i mean their qe3. i was all for qe1, qe2, operation twist. i think qe3 is crossing the line and i think they're interfering with the markets and the unintended consequences is if they are not doing with this policy we might have resolution on fiscal cliff. we might have resolution on growing debt. we might have pro-growth economic policies. i think they need, they're doing too much. ashley: let me bring in steven with that in mind, what doug just said, do you expect perhaps the fed to consider expanding qe3 to compensate for the end of operation twist? is that a possibility? >> i think it is more than a possibility. i think it is probably going to happen but not at this meeting. i they will defer that decision until december and make it at that point. they will have the benefit of a couple more labor market reports between now and then as they try to assess what the ec
ohio. melissa: doug. gerri: doug i was surpris to see what was going on in ohio. "fox news oll". ahead i cannot see that far. this is the state that romney has to take. >> certainly. ere is a clear tightening after the debates. implore data are you seeing the senate race tighten as ll? with you srt to see that withhe top of the ticket then you have real momentum. up until now it is a very tight political race without clear evidence one wayr another. gerr the president makes his sixth appearance calling the death of americans not optimal. >> if more americans get killed in is not optimal. >> he did not include the question he saidit is no exacactly optimal bufor him to use that word a response? [laughter] i am not a foreign policy expert but the politics is the president has taken bertrand alsoowed to a quiet romney to task to politicizing e issue from practically before happened to get it wrong. gerri: many people wou like to debate you on that topic. fox sa they have 60 documents from the stae department. with the three page cable from chris day bends -- stevens sayi he is worrd abou
but will politics continue as usual? monica crowley and doug schoen will weigh in. ashley: that will be fun. first how is the dollar moving right now on a day where the exchange is open for the first time this week in the u.s. as you can see, the euro and pound moving higher against the dollar but the dollar up against the canadian dollar, mexican peso. yes, the japanese general, down against the u.s. dollar. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] at scottrade, we believe the more you know, the better you trade. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's anothereason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. ashley: breaking news for you. research in motion is on track for launch of new blackberry 10 devices in first quarter of 2013. it is long-awaited but confirmation of earlier promises but important news to sharehold
, and ed rollins and juan williams and tucker carlson, and doug schoan with us. new reports of militants showing strength in benghazi before the attack on u.s. consulate. the terrorists held a conference in june, which was attended by the bulk of al qaeda network in libya. that according to a pentagon research report. joining me now fox news national security analyst, kt mcfarland. first, let's deal with if we may, that debate. the president making the straightforward statement, that he declared it to be a terrorist attack the day after benghazi, i have to tell you, the press has been mute on that statement by the president. it is remarkable. >> it is very -- the greatest story of our time, which is that press is see no evil, speak no evil and hear no evil in the cult of obama. the word terror may have left his lips in that rose garden ceremony but it had nothing to do with the benghazi attack, they pun it for two weeks, that was not part of their narrative, 5 days before that attack. the president was at the democratic convention he said, bin laden is dead and al qaeda is back on its he
deal for mitt? let's ask. byron york, chief political correspondent for the "washington examiner". doug holtz-eakin,merican action forum and steven sigman, senior vice president for global strategy group. steven what i will start with you, what happenedo your candidate's big mo? >> look at a poll every two minutes you see sething different. melissa: there i momentum here. there is a trend here. >> i actually don't think that's right. i think the trend at the end this week, ifanything is ind back to the presidt. but much more important --. melissa: what poll would that be? >> the poll of the "rasmussen poll" today, the ipsos poll today, the marist, "wall street journal" polls in wa and wiscons show the president up by six and five points and 18 among women. the polls are going all ov the place. what they really --. melissa: there are a lot of polls. >> what they show is close race. melissa: byron, to yo, do you think there is trend for mitt romney? a lot of people do? >> in florida, i think something is gog on in florida and workiig in mitt romney's favor now. no doubt about it. he seems
people give the nod to one candidate in a debate. former clinton advisor doug schoen will be joining us. and also john leboutillier will be joining us. let's take a look at the greenback. [ male announcer ] let's say you need to take care of legal matters. wouldn't it be nice if there was an easier, less-expensive option than using a traditional lawyer? well, legalzoom came up with a better way. we took the best of the old and combined it with modern technology. together you get quality services on your terms, with total customer support. legalzoom documents have been accepted in all 50 states, and they're backed by a 100% satisfaction guarant. so go to legalzoom.com today and see for yourself. it's law that just makes sense. so go to legalzoom.com today and see for yourself. but at this moment, she's fighting a brain tumor. announcer: please take a moment and join st. jude in finding cures and saving children. visit stjude.org. i'm lauren green with your fox news minute. the number of people killed by a meningitis outbreak has climbed to 7 as the number of people infected also grows. h
. doug schoen a democratic strategist, fox news contributor. and also a republican strategist is joining us from the american enterprise institute. doug, vice president biden last week talking about the fact that we basically have unemployment, things are getting better. the president has to address that tonight. >> it is undeniably the case that it is better to be 7.8 than 8. but when you look at discouraged workers, underemployed and unemployed workers this is still a very very weak economy and the administration has yet to come up with a compelling defense of a record that leaves them deeply politically vulnerable tonight. cheryl: i think you gave mark's argument for him. >> i often agree with doug. cheryl: obviously, okay. >> i often agree with doug, and i do agree with him right now. vice president biden was gloating in the debate last week that after 43 months we got it down to 7.8%. but the fact is if you count all the workers who left the workforce, the unemployment rate is really closer to 11%. as you have pointed out, we have had 43 months of this high unemployment. that really
donald is back and former clinton advisor doug schoen is also here. nicole petallides back on the floor of the new york stock exchange. happy to see you down there nicole. we're going to start with you. home depot obviously leading the way. other than the storm, anything else going on with it? nicole: let's take a look at home depot. home depot and lowe's been doing very well today. home depot has been the leader on the dow jones industrials. obviously everybody is going into the stores, home depot and lowe's have noted that people have needed clean up items, items like trash bags, chainsaws, to name a few. the companies noting they are sending out hundreds of truckloads of storm recovery inventory to areas along the eastern seaboard that need these items. so we knew it. we would have guessed it. but now it is a fact. home depot certainly a leader on the dow jones industrials. charles? charles: how does it feel to be back down on the floor? nicole: i am excited to be here. i have been waiting to get back to work here. a lot of traders don't have internet or cell service or data so they
budget office, douglas holtz-eakin. thanks to you both for joining us. doug, what do you think of those pictures? >> i think this is a reminder that greeks have not done the hard reforms they need to be successful. to be successful in the bad growth, big debt environment they have to cut government employment and reduce transfer programs. they have done very little of that. they were supposed to cut 30,000 jobs. they cut 1,000. they lost another nine from attrition. their entitlement reforms are not too dramatic. they have the retirement age up to 62. it is 67 in germany. angela merkel is there to remind them they have a lot of work to do. melissa: charles, what do you think of those pictures? >> well, they're the, european equivalent of burning an american flag, right? they're dressing up to in order to insult --. melissa: at least. >> in order to insult the germans. what doug says is absolutely right about how, how much austerity still has to go in greece. but it is also worth remembering that over the last three years their gdp has dropped, dropped, by 25%. they have 25% unemployment
been mitt romney. gerri: with more on this, fox news contributor, doug, starting with you. i was blown awe with this debate. nothing that i expected, did mitt romney win the debate or obama lose the beabt? >> both. i thought the president was unfocused, he was, at times, not clear in the answers, but governor romney showed me during a side of the personality not seen before. he was likable, yes, but decisive, clear, and he moved to the center appealing to inexcellents and moderates. gerri: showing up in the numbers too. steven, you were on hand for for obama today, what did they say? >> they took 12 hours to figure out what the spin was because it was not ready last night. they were late getting to the spin room last night in denver. they settled on a line which was mitt romney might have looked good and sounded good, but everything said was false. he was lying one after another after another. what was interesting on the conference calls, they didn't give much supporting evidence. it's one thing to make the claim, but another to support it in a way to convince the people you're listeni
, the of the american action forum. doug, good to have you with us. i never heard people be intelligent in their own special ways go conspiracy nut on us when the report came out. give us the direct, simplest explanation how in the world we can see the payrolls rise by 114,000, and the unemployment rate plummet to 7.8%. >> the payroll employment, the 1 # 14,000, is a number that we get by going to firms saying how many people on the payroll? they ask one out of every three workers. it's a big survey of the economy, considered the most reliable. the other number is going to households saying do you have a job? if the answer is no, are you looking for work? if so, you count as unemployed. this month, they asked do you have a job, somehow, the reports came back that we traded 873 # additional job, simply, completely out of line with everything else in the economy, and only evidence of what is effectively a bad poll. they found people not representative of the united states, and it really ought to be dismissed, but that's the real source of the decline in unemployment, and it's unrelated to the 114,000
as they work in iowa, new hampshi and of course ohio. melissa: doug. gerri: doug i was surprised to see what was going on in ohio. "fox news oll". ahead i canot sethat far. this is the tte that romney has to take. >>certainly. there is a lear tihtening after the debates. implore data are you seeing the senate race tight as well? th you srt to see that with the top of te ticket then you have real momentum. up until nowt is a very tight political ce without clear evidence one way or another. gerri: the president makes his sixth appearance calling the death of americans not timal. >> if more aerans get killed in is not otimal. >> hedid not include the qution he said it is not exactly opmal. but for him to se that word in a response? [laughter] amam not a oreign policy expert but the politics is the president has taken bertrand also owed t a quiet romney t task to politicizing the issue from practicay before happened to get it wrong. gerri: many ople would like to debate you on that topic. fox says they have 6 doments from the state department. with the three page cable from chris day bnds -- e
the treasury. we haven't gotten them yet. last week the cbo did tell us expect $1.1 trillion deficit which doug, was improvement from last year. which was 1.3 trillion. what is the splin politically? >> there is not much to spin here. the budget gotten better because largely the economy improved somewhat compared to 2009. to argue this is good news story because the economy is doing well is tough place to end up. the real difficulty is going to be honest with the american people about the numbers and explain you can't close it all with taxes on high income americans. i thought that was handled well last night. for the administration they simply have to say, gee we inherited a bad situation. we promise we'll take care of it in the next four years. obviously they have the promise of first four years hanging over them. they're in a tough spot. lori: what do you think how voters general public, anyone in particular, this idea of romney's idea that the, not only the federal budget deficit but the national debt in and of itself a moral issue. are people buying into that? >> for a long, long time the
'll play some of them for you. and elizabeth macdonald and doug schoen will decide whether they're softballs or not, coming up momentarily. ♪ >> all right we got the latest tracking poll from rasmussen, obama 50, romney 47. that's a daily poll of likely voters taken before last night's debate. 50-47, obama. and last night was a town hall style, and people asked the questions, but moderator from cnn she chose which questions were asked. some feel she let some softballs through. >> in what new ways do you intend to rectify the inequalities in the workplace specifically regarding females making only 72% of what their male counterparts concerned. >> mr. president, i voted for you in 2008. what have you done or accomplished to earn my vote in 2012. >> what is the the biggest difference between you and george w. bush? >> well, kind of softening it up. those three, we picked thee, but they were softballs, liz, surely. >> yeah, they were softballs and the point is, look, with the president thinks that raising taxes or jobs council would create jobs, and command control economy, some
is the author of "ghosts of manhattan", doug brunt. >> a gasoline prices in the golden state, california scone and a mess of their own making, prices soaring to record levels, some stations out of gas. will their efforts to fix the mess cause a bigger mess for surrounding states? >> governor romney with a record-setting performance at the first debate, his poll numbers are surging and he is going after president on foreign policy. >> leaving our destiny at the mercy of events. unfortunately, that is exactly where we find ourselves under president obama. >> "a-team" is here to talk about a challenger who is serving. we have big dreams. one is for a clean, domestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. music is a universal language. but when
minimize a man and his choices. joining us is the author of "ghosts of manhattan", doug brunt. >> a gasoline prices in the golden state, california scone and a mess of their own making, prices soaring to record levels, some stations out of gas. will their efforts to fix the mess cause a bigger mess for surrounding states? >> governor romney with a record-setting performance at the first debate, his poll numbers are surging and he is going after president on foreign policy. >> leaving our destiny at the mercy of events. unfortunately, that is exactly where we find ourselves und president obama. >> "a-team" is here to talk about a challenger who iç ♪ lou: my next guest made his riding debut last week with an amazing new novel that offers, well, a withering, somewhat critical, and humorous view of life as a trader on wall street. joining me now, for internet execive, author of the new book. here it is. look at that. did you novelist and not, it's good to have you here. this book about life on wall street, i overed wall street for a very long time. i have to say, are it -- you
how they are preparing for hurricane sandy. home depot offering 24/7. liz: joining us now, doug spiron. give us a sense how the operations are going here. are you still selling to people who may need emergency supplies? >> we have 75 stores close as a result, authorities are mandating that. 55 locations are currently closed down. david: what do people need most right now? >> is always the flashlights, batteries, things you want to prepare yourself with before the storm actually hits. david: a lot of people didn't take it seriously enough and this is when people are going out. what do they need? >> i was so focused most same items for the supplies. liz: generators are always in short supply. it was about two nights ago i saw local news reports where they were all sold out, companies in the other stores in new jersey, what is your supply situation like? can you get more in tomorrow when the storm passes? >> absolutely. the ones are already gone. but trucks are staged outside the city, distribution centers throughout the area and as soon as we can use the trucks tomorrow we will get suppl
-- presidential debate tonight. doug schoen, former advisor to president clinton is here. tell us what is really going on. doug, you are the polling expert. who is winning right now? >> i think it is a type. the momentum is with governor romney. connell: who would win tonight? >> it would be pretty darn close. it would only be a guess. this is as close, translate, to a statistical tie that you will ever see. connell: some people say foreign policy, people are not as tuned into that as the domestic economy. any little move or mistake could matter. >> first of all, it is like a seventh game of the world series. every pitch from the first inning is so crucial because it is so close. tonight debate is foreign policy and national security. defense spending and defense cuts. if they talk about that, that could sway votes all across the country. connell: if you are romney, bring it back home. >> if you are romney, do not make a mistake that could hurt you for the last two weeks. no mistakes. you want to pass that threshold for an hour and a half. i am a reasonable commander and chief. he will have a go
-eakin is joining us what's the political impact do you think doug of this right before the election? you know, big voting block and not getting a very big increase in their check monthly, or is there an impact? >> well, the seniors have regularly come to expect an increase in their social security benefit. you step back and ask yourself why that would happen, it is because it's indexed to inflation, the fact we have very low inflation leads to very low increases in social security benefits, but to the extent that they look at that check or the check they will likely get in january and they are dissatisfied, they are likely to point to the incumbent and say gee this isn't any good, let's try the next guy. connell: not to get sidetracked a little bit, but you mentioned there no inflation and that's why we don't see the increase, i was thinking the conversation dagen had with peter schiff and that was about how voters do see inflation as a big concern. dagen was speculating that's probably mostly because of gas prices. it is kind of funny to see the two, the biggest concern voters have on the one han
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takes a stand against weight discrimination. you will see her response. elizabeth macdonald and doug schoen, they're next and they'll first respond to this. >> to the person who wrote me that letter, do you think i don't know that? that your cruel words are pointing out something that i don't see? >> now we want to show you how jennifer livingston, a local news anchor in wisconsin responded to a nasty e-mail from a viewer, the viewer called her a bad role model for young girls because of her weight. >> the truth is, i am an overweight. you can call me fat and yes, even obese on a doctor's chart, but to the person who wrote me that letter, do you think i don't know that? that your cruel words are pointing out something that were i don't see? you don't know me. you are not a friend of mine. you are not a part of my family and you have admitted you don't watch the show so you know nothing about me, but what you see on the outside and i am much more than a number on a scale. >> yes, ma'am. liz? >> courage to stand up to bullies, your self-worth is not defined by a bully. this anonymous
interview, doug michaels, orasure ceo and president. here in my hand is oraquick this is over the counter, walk in, buy it. david: go home, do the hiv test. you are here first to talk about this and its available now here, folks. who is your celebrity spokesperson? >> we're very happy -- first of all, liz, thanks for having me on the show. liz: always. >> we're delighted to announce today we'll be working with magic johnson to help us get the word out to consumers about the importance of knowing your hiv status. we're out with magic today, tomorrow, working with him through 2013 to continue to emphasize the importance. liz: what does it mean that you've got one of the most well-known sports figures, frankly any celebrity around, everybody knows magic johnson and that he tested many years ago for hiv but he's alive and kicking today, doing beautifully, hugely successful businessman you were able to land him? what did he say when you approached him? >> magic is tremendously committed to the whole fight against hiv. he has become the face of hiv to most of america and most of the world. he i
. to top political strategists to tell us to one and will it matter? ed rollins, doug shown are next. ♪ lou: the vice-president smile or just being joe, or was it something else? differing views, and ey will be joining us in moments with their analysis and insight. joining first, however, to the markets. stocks coming up early gains again. the dow of two and a half points, not%, points. the s&p and nasdaq down a fraction. the nasdaq of its longest losing streak in almost two months. for the week of three major indexes down more than 2% this, the worst week for the market in four months all of this as consumer confidence unexpectedly soared. last month the highest level in five years. meanwhile, gasoline costs driving producer prices higher, up 1%. in coporate news tonight gp, wells fargo bought -- both reporting big profits. chase down more than 1 percent annabel's fargo done to nap%. personal investing courtesy of former vice president al gore. increased his net worth 50 fold from a modest 2 million to 100 million of dollars. according to the washington post reported all he has to do was t
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of corporate communications doug fitzgerald, responding to the problems with google, quote, we are fully engaged in an investigation to determine how this event took place and are purviewing our -- pursuing our first obligation to serve our valued customer. that coming from the executive vice president at r.r. donnelley, doug fitzgerald. back to you, ashley. ashley: we have a response from the printer, financial printer apparently released the earnings early. tracy: too soon. ashley: too soon. tracy: could have replaced nasdaq in that to flash back to the face book ipo, right? ashley: yeah. tracy: for more, we're joined by tom forte, internet analyst. tom, my head is spinning. i can't imagine what your head is doing during all this. first of all, what do you think of this premature release if i can say that? >> it is pretty surprising that the numbers came out while the market was still open. we were fully anticipating google to report after the market closed do. so that was kind of the first surprise. the second surprise, these numbers are the actual numbers they were much weaker than a
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funds he is betting on now that he truly believes will make you money. ♪ follow the wings. liz: doug jones industrials is on track to finish the week lower even though, you know what, when nearly fumbled of the games we just had, but there have been some pretty big movement. let's go to robert gray in the newsroom. what you picking of year. >> reporter: were taking a look at one of the winners. the big slide here. a pretty decent week. as of 3% on the week, up 1% and change in today's session. not a lot of news flow on intel, but certainly seeing the insiders, the ceo and cfo among them buying the stock. a lot of inside stockholders, a lot of folks follow this to see what insiders are buying. they sell for various reasons and usually only buy when they think it's going higher. it could be the surface hoopla hoping to raise intel, but here are the winners. procter and gamble down today, but up for the week, and caterpillar. take a look at some of the losers. dupont. disappointing earnings. 3m. actually millennial media, cisco systems as well up today, but down for the week. basically
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